from pop culture to business
Any other pop culture junkies out there? I know I’m not the only one still tuning into Grey’s after all these years.
Unless you were born in the past 6 months – in which case, WOW, congrats on getting that reading thing down so quickly! – you have likely heard of and seen some of Grey’s Anatomy. This show is a wild success and has been for many years now. It’s a success because it taps into current events and humanity that we all experience. The fact that everyone who acts on this show is super good looking also doesn’t hurt.
pricing lessons from grey’s anatomy
In this episode I am recounting 2 episodes of Grey’s Anatomy you should watch even if you aren’t a fan of the show. Of course, I’m also explaining why! Without giving too much away, let’s just say we can all learn a little something from Meredith Grey’s promotion to Chief of General Surgery in season 12. I believe Shonda was taking a stab at the pay gap women have in the workforce. But, I found something else hiding in this episode that we as makers can learn from as well.
Meredith Grey is a highly sought after, well known and talented surgeon. She has experience and skills. She has worked through many difficult and rare surgeries. She is a valuable member of the team and she knows that. In this episode of the podcast I am relating an experience Meredith has on the show to you and your situation as a product seller. Listen to this episode to learn the Meredith Grey lesson.
You can find the episode I mentioned in the podcast on Netflix and Hulu. If you become addicted to Grey’s you can be like me and pay Hulul for easy and quick access to new episodes.
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